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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1848

' i f'HH I' . iHr'iVr"1 ' tiS tr- .c never entertain an idea of separating two people whose blood has so often mingled to- gether on the field-of battle. Our solicitude lor your future well-being shall be as great as our hospitality as wide as our frontiers. Our anxiety shall follow you into your country. Carry with you that hope of re- generation which has had its commence- ment for you in Prussia even where your flag is now floating at Berlin. Cheers. France requires no other compensation for the asylum she has offered you than an am- elioration in your national destinies and the remenbrance of the French name which you will carry with you. Never forget that it is to the Republic you owe the first step you arc about to lake towards your own country. A Pole came forward and said: Wc will take our dcpaiturc anil go without arms another Pole tool; 11. Jamartino by the hand and begged his pardon for some strong ex- pression which had escaped from him on the preceding day in the warmth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1848

grCTTfr"' ijk fLre-cVrzsrja W&MW&11 iF- TRUTH AND POETRY. Who can rc?d the following affecting hues and not acknowledge tlie truthfulness of the moral thev tonvc' They are extracted from a poeit of 17G cantos by a brother editor and uo hive i fen more vcrsee left.if our readers destre'them Sat. Gmmt. THE FATE OF IGNORANCE. I knew two men as much alike As e'er miu saw two Mumps. And no phrenologist could find A ditT-Tcnee in their humps. One took the papers and lit- hf". Is happ'cr than i king"-. His children all -in icad and v'.nlr And talk of men ind things. The other took no piper n'ld While sliolling tlinmgh a wood A tree fell down upon his crown. And killed him "worry good." JIal In- been realmg of the news At home like neighbor Jim I'll bet a cent lint ao-ideut Would not line- Inppcne.I him Tin: enamoured one II to be wishful still to linger near thee And in time absence everv moment tell If w hen thou spcik'st 1 think ltheav en ti hear ihc' If this bo loic why. then 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1848

p r iSSfc - yo - o i .si " i. '33cf ilLir!rixii-i5.i;vi Lii-.( ."triy. OHARCC DE MOfttC 03?G SHAIX OCB. BANNER. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. fci -i VT iVOL. 6. CDARKiVlLLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS S ATUR.D A Y JUNE 3 1848.- L i. ? if l A IBSS "-" ' 1 . u.JH r-iTH B " 'r-iT-. l .fB iUOT' b '.. 1 7 f B l . B 'W4 . (V.A V- f K.t.nf.HljH f f B- ?.&- BMBBBBBW SKM A BMBBBBBW. 5HBUJtK -STES- -TMlSMSMSMSl-:aSMTSIT :TWr-i -W. - fe" rSr:M -" ---YM A-Tr rJi aBB flM. H lA.- . -:-.m.'- "-' ! '; '! . P-W'lr-jrlK- SB- B'.l fl'H-'fl'B -:B W W3B BM' - ' liB B-""'B"-'B-B -dctswasc- ;. -i -.. - - r -"ii-'-srJi. - .---. j"; -l:- - . -r " "7 r"-- tmmr tmt b h -.v t. - . - T --"WJ.- j- J " - '.- T . " ' - ""- m..w .- ' . . "- r - .' Ii Ite- - h 'f 4. v . " 5 '-??. a ff' 8 jj ; ht r i ..t rJ'--A- - &.&. Jf&ti M IN SENATE BEBATEJIWREGNT BILL. - ? SPEECH OPME. DOUGLAS OP ILLINOIS. Mr. DOUGLAS' 1 have no doubt of it aad I too speak at the earliest moment I can get'an opportunity a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1848

0v- -XCJ1.J1 L2o God the people of evurv portion of-this wide- Ktical dissolution and ultimate rum in tlii spread Confederacy are brave and" totally Republic' are the sons of those who cntaile above all influence from fear. J. he north- ern mind" could be reached not by an ap peal to their fears but to ttieir pauioiic icci- 9 rTQ Snwo nnil to" those historic events which made tnd I humbiy trust in the providence of God notwithstanding the clouds that sometimes over-shadow our path will for uges pre- serve u aunitel people. I have made them for the purpose of awakening the perhaps slumbering patriot everywhere in order that his voice may come up trumpet-toiigucd to stimulate his Representative to the discharge of his duty to the whole country and to give bis "aid and comfort" to the friends of that Wacv beoueatheo us by our fathers. Our constitution 1 Union Mr-.Chariman.was based upon compromise and by compiomise alone can it be preserved. But when you j.t vm tWs nrincinle: when jflB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1848

V s& - l.-r jBty 0r TO TUE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN ' " PRECINCT COMMITTEES FOR THE COUNTY OP RED RIVER. Precinct No. 1. A. J. Titus A. W. King Thos. L. Cowan. Prtdnci No. 2. John Sules Jas. Mc uowen John Cameron. PrcdnctNo. 3. "W. P. Crittenden Nelson Doak A. J. Russell. Precinct No. 4. Win. Edmonson Gid. Minis Win. A. Park Precinct No. 5. Martin Guest T. C. Forbes Lovell CoSman. Precinct No. 6. Win. Humphreys B. Crown- over D. Fulbright. Ths several Committees above named are re- quested to commence immediate organization for ef- fective action in the approaching elections. Thev are enjoined to bear in mind the great prin- ciples.'for whoss success we arc striving and suf- fering no individual preferences or prejudices to affect their course or their active exertion in behalf of Democratic candidates to give every energy to the success of the Great Cause of Democracy; only to be maintained by the thorough going unwaef- n(T sunnort of its friends and advocates. ditionof theirMv or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1848

. 'SSl'"i ' WT- .-... .- XKe TTvW"thn eOHllt- CnU. CeMHU . -. -T !'-jjtj. -0. "rj.ri7L.-ii .cn.:.Tr Decs CBEBfjea ior s-ri y iuui ;-jJsweslHTtTn- who.?ilwilUbol'ata:1eaJ; XZTb?'-.?- r.1lV..-'VTl.t fmn teftTHcK."".&S5 leuer.wtKien oy oh-im-w.- v.. .........b a sh6t"ndVilledEH.SfBtnP' a fcwrjMfltha a 'since. The trial .'closed yesterdjr.JJttr. r! - iri.'. .- -vri--- ..-.-.....-... nr Martin -wn.cntenccd 10 connneHWB. ana ia- &'ssira'onWxl.o Grande.- The bor iu the Slate prison Tor.twenty yean. The kttrJ dated 30th April ultimo. ' trial elicited inuch.intcreaU Messrs: Hous- WSTlC 13thTh.t.Vu of us left oV en- ton? Miller and McEwen' wcr Martin's for Ccot. J Belts station W counsel anu -'""-" ""r"' "r eas-sment n-LUt from this nost. on the Arroyo Leona Onr scouts' meet reBumrly on tha 1st and 15th of eery month for the purpose of con- ravine letters. Sic. As we were on our re turn back to our station on the evening of the 17th .we had encamped near a salt lake within five miles ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1848

V NORTHERN STANDARD: ' ': to? THE CHARLES DE MORSE flO.VG SHAM. OCR B'XER BRAVE THE BREEZB-THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIET6R.'.; VOL. 6. S3S7SZ Public Meeting. At a meeting of the citizens ofDallas coun- ty Texas held at the court house in Dallas on Wednesday the 24th day of May ISIS for tho purpose of sending delegates to the Con- vention for the navigation of the Trinity Riv- er to bo held al the Town of Huntsville Walker couiuy Texas on the 4th day of JuK- next. Gen. E. H. Tarrart was called to the chair and A. Harwood chosen Secre- tary The object of the meeting having been staled by the chair.the meeting proceeded to business. On motion the following gentlemen were appointed a committee to dratt a rreamuic i 1 1? .f; ovnrossTve of the sense of Ullu Jl' jun-' .-. -- this met ting: DOCT P. DAKAN COT. JN' N. DRY AN J NO C M-COY. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SAfUltDAY JUNE 101848. NO 7. siMyumwuwuuinanuims. ; i " m i .wim.1 AiuiMjMjii UvIlujwwlxl tuiL.miJUfcj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1848

' . w . .1 Tf . 1 r. .-i 1. j. waa Jfresiacni 01 me unuca amies ui uw !;! uoo un.n iug ... lu.vu.v.. .... time of this surrender addressed to General' to her country's standard for the prompt Jackson dated May 23 1820; apologising manner in which they disavowed the appar- for this trcaty.which may be found in vol. 67 tnlly ex cathedra remarks of the gentleman Niles's Register pages J13-1 he says: I from New York Mr. GnovEn in regard to The Missouri question has excited feel-1 the course that northern members would pur ines and raised difficulties which did not ex- sue upon tne question now uuuur tu..a uu- ;ffc.fnr tion. There is a number of other gentlemen Having long known the repugnance wkh which the eastern portion of our Union or rather some of those who have enjoyed its confidence (for I do not think that the pco- pie themselves have any interest or wish of 'that kind) have seen its aggrandizement to the West and South I have been decidedly of opinion that we ought to be conten...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1848

mi- sr SIodelAetists. The Philadelphia Bul- letin; of the 6th instant says: i'Last evening- the police of the Northern Liberties pounced upon'a company of Model Artists exhibiting in a ten-pin alley onDylwin street below Cnllowhill. The officers succeeded in arrpstinir the entire trouoe. consisting of eight or ten persons nearly oil being females. The surprise we are inlormed took place just as the grand tableau of -'Venus rising from the sea" was about to be presented. The beautiful goddess was "caught by one of the officers and brought from her sea-bed with as little ceremony as he would have jerked a sturgeon from the river and produ- cing an effect upon the audience of the most startling character by the mysterious and sudden denouement. The whole party with the proprietor had a hearing this morning before Mayor Belstering and the greatest number were committed in default of bail.' r Ys TO THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN. PRSCIXCT COMMITTEES FOR TIIE 'COCXTT OF RED RIVER. Prtdnct No. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1848

JPlEftBir; if.' Xfi OLD BACHELORS They are -wanderers and ramblers neTer at home Making sure of a welcome whenever they roam And every oneknovs that the bachelor's den Is a room set a part for those singular men A nook in the clouds of five feet by four Though somctimes.by chance it may be rather more With skylight or no light ghosts goblins and gloom; And everywhere termed 'the old bachelor's room.' These creatures they say are not valued at all; Except when the herd gives a bachelor's ball. ' Then drcss'd in their best In their gold broidered test It. is known as a fact That they can act with much tact And they coo and they woo; And they smile for a while Their fair guests to beguile Condescending and bending For fear of offending. -- Though inert And they spy -nThey exert With their eye; To be pert And they sigh .And to flirt As they fly. And they whUk and they whiz And arc brisk when they quiz. For they meet Advancing Tube sweet And glancing And are fleet And dancing On their fe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1848

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1848

in high quarters beyond the army llut Uhs would not be tha vhdle mischief to the pub- lic wrrice. Evoq the great maw of the spirited intelligent and rcll affected jnmnng his brothers in arrna.'vould aooujtdnce such commander to utter imbecility by-holding him in jtttTcornzandf ontcmptfnr hit recrenncy to himsclfnd country. 23a' are discipline and efficiency onJialve in Iht-fieldl TJulirwas not my request of June 4 nor rcportlNo.3ifc (of July 25.) so largely quo-tcdirom-abovc.nor.yet the appeal of one prmMniiado that has at length brought down UDOn me.UlW.VISUailUU an tican; iivu.iv. That'Sppc'al.-'rio doubt had its merits consid- ering it'eame Trom aif'-crratic brother a dc- serier'iroin tlic other extreme who having firsYmade hits "peace with the true faiih was bound to signalize apostacy by acceptable denunciations or one for whom up to era Cruz he had professed (and not w.thout cause) :the highest obligations xh was there he'learned from me that I was doomed at Washington and str...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1848

VTt I? .4S5cearred-with'out fiSfibicei- At tHel fourth tfe? compleie triumph oft&T Re3i of E .a . - - . .Vwnaae.Tippcaredjiiia handsome rote. be- L yoMJ ihactwo-thirds Jfeu York- coifing lio xtttl JWhai the -result Treold havebeen had thtrStateast' her vote is -not a theme for ' conjecture. . NbV nil that can he said npon thVsunjcct is; that after the nomination the Hunkers -declared their unanimous approval of the choice of the convention and their de- termination to support the distinguished nominee.---The evening session resulted in the choice or-"Maj. Gen. Butler now at the head of the army in. Mexico as a candidate for the Vice PJresfdency. LETTER FROM C. M. CLAY. r i from toe louistille cockier. To the Editors of the Louisville Journal. " ' .Madison Count v Ivy. ) - - May 18th 1&18. ( Sir: As humble as vou seem to deem mc I am not so "fallen in sclf-rcspcct as to enter into a war of -words with lou. You have never done me or any honorable man justice. Your course there...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1848

r r.av j '. r. r . . --. . . - - - ? ' . oetr-. "r' wof' : rpMVKhli '. atP5BWJiA - j. - - ojni? k " ' -- id SSJlT-J'i-r-rr tssiooHS i&iia.asftwi SCLfc?J".J'Q. 4i JfCKtltO-'QSr R71 Wr A r f" .3T1 BT Cva U uu. tJS. u. a. . ;k anoII oin'.V 1MVTS : - t: . t"1 fcvolutionLst. in the jiuon oi a prom uv kJ TirOJgV3fl:ismado by the A- f aem wan written by lianv . arturc for Palestine: t T-easofsand i Wit 4 -v ii. - Jl the deeert barque; r fiuifil . hMi4 .wrt5. s pgjuj.ugg cool anj Jjjk; - USiBinJ5ay tent; atVenfall Y' ;3-W "hero Job of old has lain . md beneath its canvas wall r j&e3&oT Jacob" .o'er again. t T l'"iSr -rasY world-page remains fihrerd; How shine flic Btar in Chaldes'a Vy. How Bounds the reverent pilgrim's trcaa "How lieats the heart njth Goi.V nigh! c- How round grey arch and eotehh Ions - a Tho spirit of tho old tino broods And sighs on all tho wind? which moan Along tho sandy Htil5! In thy tall cedars IjXTn. e . -I havo act heard t nation's cries ! Kor"BfeeH thj ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1848

V 'S Sf .- - . STANDARD. K "rtSi !.' Jr V- --- if ..LI ? CHARLES DE MORSE JLOXG:SirATr OUR BAXXER. BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. THE N 0 R T H ER N -tt VOL. 6. For the Northern Standard. Piiilomjitheas Debating Society ) June 15th 1848. $ As an All-Wise Providence hath deeply afflicted us by depriving us of an esteemed class-mate Echool-matc friend and fellow member of the Plii- Iomathean Society; .Win. K. McKenzie who though young was beginning to develop those mental endowments those principles of honor and that moral rectitude which bid fair to answer the high anticipations of a fond father and to command the esteem and locof all that knew him UVitro fore Rcsohcd That ve the members of the Piiiloma- ihcan Society deeply sympathize with his afflicted father our instructor; and his bereaved mother and sisters. Rrsolvid That as a lait tribute of respect to the departed wc wear crape thirty days. Resolved That we in solemn procession accum pany I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1848

and you say it is not but for thc.divcrsion of. Gen. Cadwalladers forces irom you ana the "much precious time" lost at the Brasos you "might easily have taken this city Mexico in the month of June and at one-filth of the loss sustained in August and September '" you hare indeed a most fearful nccount'to settle with your country. I cannot however hut regard your speculative opinions on this sub- ject as fanciful and wild. You greatly over estimate the force which landed at the llra- sos and subsequently joined you. From the best calculation which can be made from data in the Adiutant General's office the number was much less than you imagine and did not probably exceed one thousand. As tho refu- tation of your charge against the Department for diverting these troops is in nowise impair- ed by the number be it more or less it is not important to inquire into that matter. But there is a question of serious import to which I think the country will expect you to answer. If these new levi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1848

4r r . - -but failed. M. M. Blanqui and Cabet were said to have been arrested. T .Scotland. We regret to state that intcl- . 'digence has reached us of the regular organi- sation or the Qhartist forces in Scotland. A public' meeting has been held at Aberdeen for the purpose of electing a delegate to the "Na tional convention and measures wqsc adop. ted for the enrollment of volunteers. After the public meeting about 1000 persons nd- iourncd to the Union Hall. Five hundred members were enrolled as a "National Guard';" and after some correspondence with Birmingham respecting the supply ot arm : had been road it was resolved that a gun and bayonet should be ordered for each member forthwith. The special constables were in readiness on Tuesday to act but no appre hensions were entertained that the peace f - wic iown would ue disturbed. To our friend J. It. BcrthelelEsq.ofl)oaksville we arc indebted for the Commercial Bulletin of the 10th from which we extract the following interest ing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 24 June 1848

MKBII; THE ALBATROSS. BV SOlCEL D. LVNGTREE. tlnr people. Belief ingthis? we earnestly ad- monish the people of" this country ancl espe- cially of this State to take heed that they be not deluded into the support of men" whose dearest though covert political end is the establishment of a " filly million bank!" 4 Risuktd That in General Lewis Cass we recognize a man who by a life of ardu- lous service in auotis responsible posts ihas einccd the highest endowments of the Where this fathomless waves in magnificence toss Homeless and high soars the wild Albitross; Unwearied undaunted unshrinking alone The ocean his empire: the tempest Ins throne. When the terrible whirlwind raves wild o'er the! soldier and statesman the diplomatist and pa triot. Liis eminent attainments Ins unsul- lied fame and uncompromising devotion-to Iidii Amofifift nhininlnc In Itinna nf (Mo c?o. In thy glory thou spuniest the dtrkluTuing sea itresltr.a)iii;iik L5m ag r suhaWe cand; Proud bird of the ocean world ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1848

. - - - i ' ' c HHM BHHH " im IHI . MHMB "Mi MM HMk. mm - -i- k mm -t . i. .-- - a & F- w aj-itjj. ii i -m KiRHnH '";" .iir " fr B ""B""""1 """"TB "B" -L ""B M' - . BBtBH A '"-'Pifi :.-r - 'i-- rmrr rBBBI Bti - i r ITU f-i fi i i . . ? "T flli N U K T H ii fl N ST A1IJJ A RUr -A ". k . . CHARLES DE MORSE rOXG SlIALX OUR BAXXEK. BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OP THE FREE EDITOR &; PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. BY AUTHORITY. Acts and Resolutions passed at the first Session of the Thirti eth Congress. . -a Puelic No. 2G. AN ACT authorizing- a term of the United States Circuit and District Courts at Chicago Illinois. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre- sentatives of the United States of America in Con gress assembled That a term of the circuit And dis trict courts of the United States for the State of Illi- nois shall hereafter be held at the city of Chicago on the first Monday of July in each vear. - ROBT. C. WINTIIROP Spcalcr of the House of Representivcs. G. M. DALLAS 17rc P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 1 July 1848

THE STANDARD A DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN JOURNAL Advocating EQUAL RIGHTS PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN AND OPPOSED TO TT- CHARTERED MONOPOLIES SATURDAY. JULY 1. 1848. TOE FBESHJENT. LEWIS CASS OF MICHIGAN. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WM. 0 BUTLER OP KEXTCCKT. DEMOCRATIC ELECTORS. JFor tbc State. JAS. B. MILLER T. G. BROOCKS. For ike Eastern District. WM. c TOUXG. For the Western District ST. A. DOOLGV. FOR CHIEF JUSTICE. J T""r Wi irfl nnlmril In nTinnnnrp flint TTTTOW JN.F. YOUNG at thespecfal instance and request of ' Ins mends has w undrawn iroin me ennvass kit Sheriff and is a candidate for Chief Justice of the County Court of Red River County. FOR ASSESSOR. jyW'c arc authorized to announce JOHN M. - -TtTYTVS n n cnniliflntp fnr Assessor and Collet-lor cf Red River county. FOR SHERIFF. ? jr? Wc are authorized to announce LEWIS D. P" BARRY as a candidate for Sheriff of Red River county at the next election i II "TA - itilinr1-njl tnnminwi fVil WflTt ERT S. HAMILTON as a candidate for Sheriff of Red ...

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